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April 25, 2014

Barcomb tosses 1-hitter as Eagles top Indians

PERU — Aleasha Barcomb pitched a one-hitter Thursday as Beekmantown defeated Peru 5-2 in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball.

Barcomb struck out seven batters and walked five.

Peru took a 2-0 lead in the first inning — without getting a hit — and Beekmantown got on the board in the third. The Eagles pulled away with a four-run sixth that included a double by Maggie Chauvin and RBIs from Barcomb and Evelyn Vicencio.

Karley Dynko provided the Indians’ lone hit, a single in the second inning. Kelly Neenan threw four strikeouts and three walks while taking the loss.

Beekmantown 5, Peru 2

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Peru 200 000 0 — 2 1 4

Barcomb and LaFountain. Neenan and Miner. WP- Barcomb. LP- Neenan. 2B- Chauvin (B).

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AuSable Valley 17, Northeastern Clinton 1

CLINTONVILLE — Madison Rondeau struck out nine while going the distance on the mound as the Patriots cruised to a 17-1 victory against the Cougars.

The AuSable Valley offense had no problems either, mashing 12 hits and plating 17 runs, including nine in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Rondeau, Miranda Sheffer, Kendra Niemann and Tiffany Evens all had two-hit performances for the Patriots. Madalyn Tucker had both hits for Northeastern Clinton, including a double.

Myranda Miller, who took the loss for the Cougars, notched seven strikeouts and allowed just one walk before coming out in the sixth in favor of Erin Niles. Miller would re-enter the game later that inning after Niles walked seven.

AuSable Valley 17, Northeastern Clinton 1

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Miller, Niles (6), Miller (6) and Tucker.

Rondeau and Neimann. WP- Rondeau. LP- Miller. 2B- Neimann (AVC), O’Neill (AVC), Tucker (NCCS).

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Ticonderoga 33, Moriah 6

PORT HENRY — Nicole Fuller hit two home runs and a single to power the Sentinels to a win.

Carly Campney added a double and two singles, and Haleigh Wright, Logan Mars and Taylor Dorsett also rapped three hits. Hannah Ross, who took over in the pitching circle in the third inning, belted a home run. Kylie Austin chipped in a double and a single on offense, and she was the starting pitcher.

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